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Learn to Knit Cuff
Pattern Number: 90111AD
Rating: ****
3.7 (based on 3 reviews)
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Learn to Knit Cuff Reviewed by Joy Wallace on 2011-04-19 *****
I learned that 24 - 26 stitches worked best for the ones I made which I made out of yarn scraps and taught several boys, yes boys in a after school knitting class with a friend. The 16 stitches stated in the pattern was too small even for the childrens hands. I tend to just measure the hands now and go for it! Sorry I don't have any pictures.No way to get them online. It was a great 1st project for the group and very fast for them to make.

Learn to Knit Cuff Reviewed by Carissa Case on 2010-07-05 ****
I just finished my first of the set tonight, and I found it to be a very simple pattern that even I could follow (go figure!). I used a heavier yarn than this pattern asked for but so far, so good. Off to the next one!

Learn to Knit Cuff Reviewed by Kaitlin Kelley on 2010-01-19 **
I gave this pattern to my sister for an easy project for a beginner, and only realized after she had knit the first one of the pair (with a different yarn than the pattern said, but the same weight, worsted weight) that 26 stitches is not enough to fit a normal hand if you sew it together as shown in the picture. If you do plan to knit a pair of these, I would suggest that you cast on more like 35 stitches or so (but I'm not an expert, so please use your own good judgment).

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